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      Season 3 – Incredible Hulk

      1979 Drama Fantasy List
      Reviews 73% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Dr. David Banner is a widowed scientist caught in the middle of an experiment gone bad. As a result, whenever Banner gets extremely upset or stressed out, he turns into a huge green monster called the Incredible Hulk, with awesome strength and rage to match. To keep from being discovered, Banner lives a nomadic life, traveling from town to town in search of a cure and helping people where he can, all the while trying to avoid suspicious reporter Jack McGee, who wants to expose Banner and the Hulk. "Don't make me angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry," Banner warns McGee in more than one episode. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Jul 12 Buy Now

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      Episodes

      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 21, 1979 Metamorphosis Banner reverts to the Hulk to save a rock singer (Mackenzie Phillips) from an onstage suicide. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 28, 1979 Blind Rage An accident at a chemical warfare research station sends David on a frantic race for an antidote to save his and a friend's life. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 5, 1979 Brain Child Banner tries to reunite a gifted teen with her mother, who is accused of kidnapping; guest June Allyson. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 19, 1979 The Slam Arrested for vagrancy, Banner's fellow work-camp inmates accuse him of being an informer; guest Charles Napier. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 26, 1979 My Favorite Magician A aging magician (Ray Walston) drafts Banner as his assistant for a benefit; guest Scatman Crothers. Details Episode 6 Aired Nov 2, 1979 Jake At the rodeo, Banner finds one ailing cowboy and another at the mercy of rustlers; guest Fred Ward. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 9, 1979 Behind the Wheel The owner (Esther Rolle) of an endangered taxicab company hires Banner to fend off drug smugglers. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 30, 1979 Homecoming Thanksgiving draws Banner home, where his family needs his help; guests Diana Muldaur. Details Episode 9 Aired Dec 7, 1979 The Snare A psychotic pilot (Bradford Dillman) offers Banner a lift, but instead makes him the quarry of an island hunt. Details Episode 10 Aired Dec 14, 1979 Babalao A New Orleans doctor (Louise Sorel) enlists Banner's aid to battle her patients' faith in voodoo. Details Episode 11 Aired Dec 21, 1979 Captive Night Banner throws in with thieves to thwart a department-store robbery; guests Anne Lockhart, Mark Lenard. Details Episode 12 Aired Jan 4, 1980 Broken Image Mistaken for a hoodlum, Banner is the target of a gang and police. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 11, 1980 Proof Positive McGee's new publisher orders him off the Hulk story; guest Caroline Smith. Details Episode 14 Aired Jan 25, 1980 Sideshow Banner joins a traveling circus as a bodyguard for an all-girl cast that has been plagued by catastrophes. Details Episode 15 Aired Feb 1, 1980 Long Run Home Banner is tarred with the same brush as a motorcyclist who gives him a lift. Details Episode 16 Aired Feb 8, 1980 Falling Angels Banner tries to save two orphans from the influence of a Fagin-like thief. Details Episode 17 Aired Feb 15, 1980 Lottery Banner must send a friend to collect lottery winnings, with dangerous results. Details Episode 18 Aired Feb 22, 1980 Psychic A psychic recognizes Banner as the Hulk, then foresees danger for McGee. Details Episode 19 Aired Feb 29, 1980 A Rock and a Hard Place Banner is stuck between criminals wanting his help, and police wanting information; guest Jeanette Nolan. Details Episode 20 Aired Mar 14, 1980 Deathmask A mob wants Banner, mistaken for a serial killer of girls; guest Gerald McRaney. Details Episode 21 Aired Mar 21, 1980 Equinox McGee trails Banner to an private island, where Banner must attend a masquerade. Details Episode 22 Aired Apr 4, 1980 Nine Hours Hit men kidnap a child to force Banner to cooperate in their killing of a hospitalized mob witness. Details Episode 23 Aired Apr 11, 1980 On the Line Firefighters suspect Banner of starting a forest blaze; guest Kathleen Lloyd. Details Next
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      Previous Scott Chitwood ComingSoon.net I was frankly amazed that the 27-year-old show could still entertain kids today. I'm also dreading the therapy bills I'll be paying for the boys. Feb 23, 2018 Full Review Next
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      Previous steve d It is sticking far to closely to other season's formula but Bixby still makes it worth the watch. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Audience Member The worst version of Hulk so far. Although some episodes are good, the spice effects are awful, the actors are fake and many scenes are completely unrealistic; Apart from the fact that this Hulk has nothing to do with the real Hulk. I would not recommend anything. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Director
      Barry Crane, Richard Milton, Chuck Bowman, Frank Orsatti, John McPherson, Nicholas Corea, Reza Badiyi, Patrick Boyrivan, Alan J. Levi, Jeffrey Hayden
      Executive Producer
      Kenneth Johnson
      Screenwriter
      Len Jenkin, George Arthur Bloom, Nicholas Corea, Andrew Schneider, Daniel Bruce, Craig Buck, Sam Egan, Chuck Bowman
      Network
      CBS
      Rating
      TV-PG
      Genre
      Drama, Fantasy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 21, 1979
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